Fenton SHFS10B 10" Active HiFi Subwoofer

£180.00
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Fenton SHFS10B 10" Active HiFi Subwoofer
( BBA0258 )

( BBA0258 )

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£180.00
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Key Features

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  • Active system with 25cm (10") subwoofer for 200W max. performance
  • down firing subwoofer in a heavy, low resonance chassis for clean bass
  • Phase control
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Product Description

The Fenton SHFS10B 10" Active HiFi Subwoofer is wonderfully designed to look and sound great and is built for last for years to come. With each active HiFi subwoofer speaker comprising of a high powered 10" woofer for mid and low end bass tones and a wide dispersion horn to carry the higher frequencies this unit generates a well balanced overall sound. Housing these is a beautifully designed chassis with air intakes to allow for air movement within the case for maximum bass output from the subwoofer speaker. Great for your home audio setup, this active HiFi subwoofer will provide your setup with powerful bass for your TV or radio and will compliment tower speakers or any other additional speakers added to your complete system.

FEATURES
Features
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  • Active system with 25cm (10") subwoofer for 200W max. performance
  • down firing subwoofer in a heavy, low resonance chassis for clean bass
  • Phase control
  • Bass reflex design
  • Adjustable crossover frequency for optimal sound quality
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • System: Active subwoofer
  • Power max: 200W
  • Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Woofer: 10"
  • Input sensitivity: 88db +/-2dB
  • Cabinet volume: 0.061
  • Power supply: 230Vac/50Hz
  • Dimensions: 380 x 330 x 330mm
  • Weight per piece: 10kg
  • MPN: 100.309
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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
I've attached two mid tops to the high speaker outputs but have no sound out of them,any idea why.
Question by: Mick Foster on 31 Jan 2020, 13:12
The high speaker outputs are not powered by the subwoofer, they act as a crossover point to allow synchronicity between the mid-high passive speakers and the active subwoofer, so require an amplifier to send signal to the high level inputs to then feed the outputs with the audio signal
Answer by: Russell Nie on 3 Feb 2020, 09:53